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with strategist julian epstein. eric, big win for tea party and big win for extending all tax cuts? >> i hope so and i think so. i think we saw that with the big wins in delaware and paladino, i'm sorry, and christine o'donnell and i think the next day we saw 30 or 34 the number keeps growing, the democrats coming and saying, you know what, all bush tax credits not just some of them. i think that's good news because i think the economy needs the tax credits to go forward. if not, i think we maybe go back into another recession, maybe double dip. >> brenda: julian, there's a ground swell of opinions of tax cuts for everyone, basically the message of the tea party. is that going to change the polici policies. >> actually isn't. the gallup poll shows that the public sports the obama plan of extending tax cuts to 98% of americans and not the richest 2% and the economics of that are pretty decent. we have a recession right now, basically a credit driven and consumer spending driven recession not a productivity driven recession. if it's productivity i could see extending it for maybe the richest 2% or
is on enforcements role in pedestrian safety. the moderator is julian ju let the cochair of coalition to save our streets. neighborhood group of residents, merchant, institutes and schools along the gearr ero corridor. they work extensively to bring safety enforcement, greening and neighborhood planning to a largely residential corridor connecting market street to,i - 280. she's a member of the board of directors of spur and now the chair of the transportation committee and also on the board of walk san francisco. please help me welcome julian. [applause] >> thank you very much. welcome back. so, this panel discussion is going on enforcement and we'll touch on the three,es mentioned by jack fleck and now we'll talk about rather than how our city is built we'll talk about how we remind people to follow the rules. um... so joining me today are officer keith mathews from the police department who is responsible for the spot program, safe passive travel and education and enforcement around construction sites. representing the police department and traffic company also known as company -k we'll have
prevail in the general election. joining me is democratic strategist julian epstein and former assistant to president george w. bush brad blakely. julian, i will begin with you. does senator murkowski have any chance as a write-in candidate? >> i think the dynamic in alaska is going to occur with republicans all over the case which is the tea party is probably the best sal expectations for the democrats because it is going to split the republican party. i think the same dynamic is going to play out in delaware. in depep ethe tea party is theg that could happen to democrats. they are a bunch of sarah palin minutemy knees. mini mes. a philosophy in coherent and not particularly appealing to independents. if there is one bright silver lining in what is going on right now it is the rise of the tea party because it will split the republican party and drive away independents. >> that is one way to look at it. julian stand by for the e-mails that are going to cripple your server. >> great for me. >> i get them all the time. i get them all the time. >> one from me, too. >> brad is going to see y
to kill her husband. his name was julian cliffton lewis and her stepson in an effort to collect insurance money the two men were given sentences of life prison? prison. lewis put to death at 9:00 tonight. >> death was pnounced at 9:13 p.m. there were no complications. ms. lewis did make a last statement. she said i just want kathy to know i love her. d i'm vry sorry. >> kathy cliffton is t daughter of julian cliffton lewis. she was on hand to witness the executiotonight. there were more than 7,3 appeals made to stop that execution. >>> a mon after a cathol unversity student was murdered, police arrest a spect. he's oy 17 years old. news 4's dorothy spencer jns us with more. dorothy. >> reen, a source close to the instigation says this teenage suspect was under the supervion of the juvenile juice system and was supposed to be livg in a group home. some officials want to kn how close this alleged gng member is being watched. eric foan, charges asn adult of caolic university sudent neil galeski. the 31-year-old w ridinghis bike near sherman circle on august 22nd, wen heas gunned own. >> ts w
famous, the pending your size -- depending your side of the debate, between julian simon and paul ehrlich. julian simon unfortunately died too young and was not vote -- was not around to continue. he was known for being a cornucopia and. a person who said, and not do not worry, be happy, but he did have a phrase -- with every wealth comes two hands and a brain. -- with every mouse comes two hands and a brain and it is that brain that allows us to overcome scarcity. he wrote many books and articles about how markets discipline us. paul ehrlich, on the other hand, said that we would run out of natural resources and that the result would be that we will ultimately run up against these constraints. he made a lot of converts in his book. riedl the jim wright along these lines. never mind the fact that we have not run out of any of those resources yet. nonetheless he continued to put this forward. in a debate between the two, julian suggested that it might be useful to put your money where your mouth is. julian wagered that he was right, namely that we had an ability to deal with resource const
accused of planning the horrific acid attack that left a chicago woman scarred for life. wgn's julian crews is live at cook county criminal court. hello, julian. >> good afternoon. lawyers for the accused electing not to put on a defense. awfully difficult to refute the powerful testimony from the victim who has been left with permanent physical and emotional scars. >> they had to pay and that's what justice is all about. they have to have -- the words which is the maximum for what they did. >> reporter: espiranza meden expects a conviction today. the 50-year-old burn victim has suffered through 17 skin graph surgeries as a result of a 2008 acid attack. on the stand yesterday, medina told jurors the story of what happened to her during a logan square ambush. police say the brutal attack was engineered by two cicero women. ofelia garcia and her former daughter-in-law, maria olvera garcia. the women are accused of recruiting teenagers to carry out the acid attack. three teens have pleaded guilty to juvenile charges. they have been cooperating with investigators in the prosecution of oph
and find out whether these are allegations or whether somebody is trying to muscle julian assange. a lot of people very angry with him and his organization for coming out with those documents. >> and the fact that the swedish prosecutor revoke the charges a few hours later sort of gave kre dense to his argument that it was unfounded. but now again they're expanding it. we'll continue to follow. >> and have a live report on it in about 15 minutes or so. >>> coming up, a monster form on the move. hurricane earl is tearing across the caribbean on a fast track for the u.s. east coast. rob marciano keeps a close eye on earl and joins us live from virginia beach. >> reporter: we're here where they're still plucking people out of the water from hurricane danielle and the rip currents and waves that that storm generated. hurricane watches are posted for this area and evacuations in some areas under way already. we'll have the latest forecast track on hurricane earl and the most news in the morning continues. >>> welcome back to the most news in the morning. storm preparations are under way right
of confidence following criticism of weis' meeting with chicago gang members. julian crews is live on the southwest side of the city with that story for us. >>> good afternoon. the superintendent of police says despite all of the speculation, that he has to remain focused on doing his job. now, at a dedication here at new calmica academy on the southwest side, mayor richard m. daley defended weis' performance and defended his superintendent saying that he is doing a good job. now the "sun-times" report says that weis knows his days are numbered. >> i don't know who is spreading that rumor. you get a lot of blah spread every day. this man came in and did the job that was necessary. in regards to another generation of young men and women in the police department and the caps program and everything else that he has done. he has done a very, very good job and i'm proud i appointed him. >> with superintendent jody weis in attendance, the mayor praised the head of the chicago police department who faces labor trouble, a disheartened police force set to march in protest to headquarters an
the country on wgn america. wgn's julian crews is live at police headquarters with more on the march. julian? >> reporter: good afternoon. the protest just ended a short while ago having lasted less than two hours. now mayor richard m. daley is on the record supporting his police superintendent, but the mayor's recent decision to step aside leaves jody weis in limbo with his contract set to expire in a growing number of people clamoring for his resignation. >> some people better rise up to the occasion and start talking to mayor daley and say, listen what we are doing is not working. >> this isn't good for us and not for the citizens of chicago. >> we need to begin the search now for the new superintendent. this superintendent's contract is up on february 1. we shouldn't be wasting time until the last moment. >> harsh word for a vulnerable jody weis. embattled police superintendent is hearing it from all sides from chicago aldermen urging him to resign and from rank and file patrolmen. the superintendent is away from headquarters today but across -- a cross section of police officers hope to
on the area. wgn's julian crews is live in romeoville now with that part of the story. >>> good afternoon. now that the leak has been sealed and most of the spilled oil has been recovered, the focus now turns to the economic impact. a number of businesses here in this industrial park have had to shut down since the leak was discovered on thursday. and even a local school district has been impacted. >> yes, it's going to be significant personnel costs, gasoline costs and a variety of other things is it. >> 160 school buses can't get to the valleyview public school district which means the drivers stay on the clock in between morning pick ups and afternoon dropoffs. in these tough economic times the district is worried about iniewring -- incurring new costs. district community relations chief says they expect enridge energy partners will reimburse for concerninal and gasoline costs. and businesses here are being adversely impacted. the romeoville city manager tells me that so far the oil company has been responsive to the community's concerns. the environmental protection agency says the environ
be easily manipulated. killing julian and charles lewis was my idea, i needed money and tereasa was an easy target. miscarriage of justice? >> not going to lose any sleep over her spending the rest of her life in jail. she should. she's a co-conspirator of her husband and stepson. she should spend the rest of her life in jail. no one is talking about her being dangerous to the community. to put her to death when she's not the trigger person and there's solid evidence she was borderline retarded is outrageous. >> thank you for being with me today. i'm contessa brewer. see you back here tomorrow at 9:00 eastern, 9:00 pacific time -- noon eastern. i know when i'm on, okay. >>> lindsey lohan will be in court for her probation hearing. we'll be in with that tomorrow. andrea mitchell reports next. >>> brian kirk of portland, oregon is the founder of location vacations. he gives it vacationers a two-to-three-day crash course to test drive a different career. it's an intensive learning experience for prospective entrepreneurs. for more, watch on msnbc. i want to give my 5 employees health insurance
a rape investigation against wikileaks founder julian assange. a case dropped by a different prosecutor saying there was no evidence suggesting assange had raped a swedish woman who reported him to police. assange has denied any wrongdoing and claims he had been warned by australian intelligence of plans to discredit the whistleblower website. >>> a full week after the alaska prime air, lisa murkowski has conceded to joe miller. murkowski, who was over 1600 votes behind after election officials counted absentee ballots told supporters last night, quote, i don't see a scenario where we could win. miller, a little-known attorney was supported by both the tea party movement and former governor sarah palin. >>> and when president obama delivered his speech on iraq last night, he did so from a newly renovated oval office. the transformation included new striped wallpaper, modern light brown sofas and a custom made rug. those changes were paid for by the president's inaugural committee, not taxpayers. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at
with the police department and as julian said i help coordinate the mta, d.p.t.s traffic engineering safe passage program. it's based on the enforcement and education of the regulations of san francisco traffic code 194 point 3. these are regulations basically that pertain to anyone working in the streets and sidewalks of san francisco. anything from plain general construction sites to perhaps moving companies or any type of change in the path of travel for either pedestrians or vehicular traffic or bikes or any type of traffic with buses, cars, trucks that may effect the normal and every day stream engineers out there on the street scrapes. i have an enjoyable portion. what i take care of mostly is coordinating the education efforts of our program, we currently offer a free seminar. the - now it's the first tuesday of each month at mill ton works auditorium and we insight yi one related to the activities to the streets and sidewalks to come on in. we do a power point and try to educate on the regulations and how they were formed and let them know these are regulations based on the federal, mut c
. and another example which is more modern, and san jose project. and julian jewelet and coalition first approached the city, and no, this is a main thoroughway, and because of this group, now look at it. we have bike lane there, not because for safety, but narrowed the lanes so traffic goes through slower. and we have a traffic line at duncan and gurle. and we have fantastic plants so people can smell the roses as they walk, i don't think the cars are. but it's a beautiful site. and another example is mixed masonic, those people are addressing the issues that are going on for years, and finally because of that, of the community and bicyclists and pedestrians, we are now looking at ways to fix that situation. and one more example, under walk san francisco, we happen to saw a few other cities do pedestrian stings, actually they are cross walk stings, and a plain clothed policemen walks across and controlled only by stop signs and if the car doesn't yield the right-of-way, the six motorcycles are waiting to give them a ticket. and we have walk san francisco and convince the police this is
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-to-day, but mornings, evening or even moment to moment. >> reporter: at the brain injury research center, dr. julian bales says concussions can change forever the way the brain works. >> i'm of the opinion more and more that a concussion is not necessarily hitting your head, it's the movement of the brain inside the skull, which causes the tearing of the fibers. >> reporter: a hard hit can cause the rough edges inside the front of the skull to tear at the brain's fibers. and doctors believe that can lead to headaches, difficulty concentrating, balance and vision problems and even depression and suicide. dr. stanley hering heads the nfl's head, neck and spine committee. >> if there is a suspicion of a concussion, stop player practice and don't return until you have medical clearance. >> reporter: that's the law in ten states already. now congress is considering a national law to protect players from the dangers of concussions. tom costello, nbc news, washington. >>> here in new york city today at a meeting of world leaders at the u.n., the united states, along with britain, france and five other coun
locations. small bug, big summit. julian crews reports from rosemont where a bed bug summit is underway. >> reporter: it's making people buggy and age old problem that's resurface wag vengeance. bed bugs especially in new york, stateside epicenter of the infestation and in chicago where experts predict it women get a whole lot worse. >> we expect chicago to have an outbreak like new york has had. somewhere between the next one and three years. i'm putting my bets in two summers. >> looking for ways to sloe the spread of the north american bed bug summit in rosemont. with the growth in international travel, one of the key bed bug transfer points according to experts are hotel rooms. bot. of the head board and mattress. >> you want to take a quick look around the head board and box springs to make sure you don't see anything. take a look at the mattress. >> increase league resistant to pesticides, growing pandemic has crossed international borders, spawning a cottage industry of bed bug exterminators specializing in new fangled techniques from specially trained dogs that can sniff out bed
be headed for a major shake up with police officers being pulled out of the program. wgn's julian crews is live in the west loop with details in what's going on with caps. >> reporter: good afternoon. for nearly two decades now the community policing program or caps for short has been a corner stone of crime fighting efforts in the city of chicago. understandably talk of reorganizing caps has sparked a great deal of concern. but others are saying it could be a good thing. >> give them a chance to do what they have to do. >> cease-fire director says despite all of the concerns he is keeping an open mind. the former caps volunteer and long time community organizer says he wants to see the plan first before he draws any conclusions. >> you have a lot of seasoned officers working with the caps program and now they are in the community like patrolling the beats. right now in chicago there is a need of more officers on the street. it might help the city more so than hurt the city. >>> others fear the reorganization of caps could hurt community policing. 27th ward alderman walter burnett says
throughout the state. wgn's julian crews has details. >> reporter: good afternoon. rahm emanuel and congressman luis gutierrez are grabbing the lion share ever the headlines when it comes to chicago's mayor's race but give state senator ricky henden credit. the first candidate to come forward with a concrete proposal to deal with the city's deficit. >> i'm putting in and preparing legislation to create two river boat casinos for the city of chicago. >> reporter: state senator ricky henden says a river boat at or near migs field will generate huge amounts of refer new. he says a second chicago river boat could go wherever the gaming commission sees fit. henden says between the two, he calculates the city can generate close to a billion dollars in new tax revenue. more than enough to make up the projected $600 million deficit that chicago will face for 2011. the plan can certainly run into trouble from anti-gaming critics who say gambling causes more damage than it's worth. nevertheless, henden says he will try to jump start the legislation in springfield and to improve the odds o
are watching us around the country on wgn america. >>> wgn's julian crews is live outside the congressman's southeast side home with more on the fallout. >> reporter: good afternoon. congressman jesse jackson, jr., clearly in no rush to answer reporter's questions. there is no sign of him here at his south shore home. he said to be en route in his washington, d.c., office. yesterday in a written statement, the congressman said that the allegations the smith seat allegations are nothing new. he continues to deny that he offered campaign cash to then governor rod blagojevich. all in exchange for the vacant senate seat. but revelations about a washington, d.c., cigar and martini whoitous are almost overshadowing the other allegations. new photographs surfacing of a part time model. a "sun-times" report says jackson asked a businessman and contributor to pay for two plane tickets to fly her to a chicago meeting with jackson. if the allegations are true, he could be looking at house ethics violation's both the congressman and wife, alderman sandi jackson released written statements. the congre
musician? we are fortunate to have him >>> dwayne wade and his ex-wife are squaring off. >>> julian crews is live at the daley center. >> good afternoon. this bitter custody trial could last as long as the month. dwayne wade's lawyers say his estranged wife tried to turn the two boys against their father and repeatedly tried to obstruction dwayne wade's efforts to see his own children. >> much more stable individual than mrs. wade. he is more capable of fostering a relationship between the children and their mother. mrs.wade has demonstrated time and time again that she will do whatever is necessary to keep them from his children. he has demonstrated the exact opposite. >> they were once high school sweethearts in south suburban robins, illinois. after an ully -- ugly divorce battle the two are fighting over custody. the basketball star's lawyers say he tried to resolve the dispute amicably but after three years trying to reach an agreement with his ex-wife. couple have taken this dispute to the cook county courthouse. dwayne wade's lawyers called the ex-wife to testify. lawyers asked her
have been shot at a party last night. police found the body of 26- year-old julian hughes this morning. last night police had been called to break up a crowd of about 400 people following a pool party at a nearby hotel. officers heard gunshots from the overflow parking lot but the not find any victims at the time. again, they have identified this person as julian hughes of brentwood antioch. >>> labor day is the traditional kickoff for the fall election campaign. one politician who has been very quiet up to this point now getting more active and vocal in his campaign. jerry brown is fighting now for that governor's seat. ann? >> the barbecue is winding down, but today they got to see jerry on brown campaigning in the flesh. something none of us have seen since the june primary. after 40 years in politics he has earned state-wide and national name recognition and his campaign decided not to spend money during the summer months when voters are not yet giving their full attention to the fall election. but here he was firing up his supporters. i want to go back to sacramento to make califo
, all of that money going to the survivors fund. live at the pentagon, julian gonecalves, 9 news now. >>> the city of alexandria paid tribute to the citizens who died in the attacks. members of the fire, police and sheriff's office held a special ceremony at the masonic temple. >>> tonight in new york, twin blue beams of light shineing into the sky where the world trade center stood september 1. it's become an annual tradition in new york. that's washington cathedral. the bell rang nine times to honor the 9/11 victims. >>> while the country paid tribute to the victims, here in washington, a small group tried to stand in support of pastor terry jones, the minister few people had ever heard of until he threatened to burn the koran. two demonstrations with different views on reverend jones. raffle a handful of protesters walked across the street to the white house to support andrew beecham, a tea party member who tore pages out of the koran. >> is it the koran or american liberty and christianity that you profess? >> we're exercising the freedom of speech, and we will not live in fear t
welcome our viewers watching us around the country on wgn. america. and julian cruze join us with the latest. >> reporter: the two most colorful members of rod blagojevich's legal steam out. sam adam junior and senior are expected to be in federal court tomorrow and formally ask the federal judge to be dropped from the high profile case. the motion details some of the reasons behind the decision. he's out of money and he's entitled to a pair of court appointed attorneys and a parallel. and the ex-governor had a team of 14 lawyers and seven parallels and staff for the first trial. to given the limitations this time around, the adams duo asking to be dropped from the case. and in today's motion they say that they reached their decision in concert with rod blagojevich and other members of his legal team. two other defense attorneys are expected to remain on board. they'll defend the ex-governor against a beefy of corruption charges. rod blagojevich was convicted on one counts of lying to federal investigators, 23 other nay harrisburgtowned flrnt reports that the adam as team wou
moseley-braun is getting closer to throwing her hat into the ring in the race for mayor. julian crews has more on the story. >> reporter: another candidate in the race. she is giving the okay to a committee to start gathering signatures to put her on the ballot. she will travel around chicago talking to people about what they are looking for in a mayor. >> this will take place in wards and neighborhoods and boardrooms. we'll make sure those who work and pay taxes are not left out of the conversation. >> reporter: the former senator and former presidential candidate has not decided but she and supporters are testing the crowded waters now that richard daley is stepping aside. she has been running a beverage company. if she succeeds in getting the nomination, it will be a big political come back. missteps and scandal blamed her single term in the senate. she was defeated in her re- election bid. due, in part, to the allegations of miss management. one was a trip. >> remember the trip she did not register. she never performed the state department. some could say this is local but those de
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in the 2002 murders of her husband, julian lewis, and her stepson, c.j., in their mobile home in southern virginia. but this was a crime of conspiracy. and lewis herself didn't fire the shots. the two men who did, including lead triggerman matthew shallenburger only got life sentences. the judge called teresa lewis the head of this serpent. but her attorneys say her i.q. is in the low 70s, near the level of retardation. and they say lewis has dependent personality disorder, making her vulnerable to coercion by others. is it your basic contention that she was manipulated into this crime? >> yes, shallenburger have stated and the experts that have examined her agree that she was used by shallenburger, not the other way around. >> reporter: shallenburger had had an affair with teresa lewis before the killings. her attorneys cite a prison letter from shallenburger to another woman saying the only reason he slept with lewis was so she would give me the insurance money after the murders were committed. the prosecutor says this -- >> i can frankly say that teresa lewis is as evil a person as i'v
. in the process. >> reporter: lewis pleaded guilty in the 2002 murders of her husband julian and her stepson c.j. in their mobile home in virginia. but lewis herself didn't fire the shots. the two men who did including lead triggerman only got life sentences. the judge called teresa lewis the head of this serpent. but her attorneys say her iq is in the low 70s, near the level of retardation. this esay lewis has dependent personality disorder making her vulnerable to coercion by others. is it your basic contention she was manipulated into this crime? >> yes. shalenberger has stated and the experts that have examined her agree that she was being used by shalenberger, not the other way around. >> reporter: shalenberger had an affair with teresa before the killings. he said the only reason he slept with lewis is so she would give me the insurance money she inherited after the murders. matthew later committed suicide in prison. on the idea that lewis was manipulated, prosecutor david grimes says this. >> i can frankly say that teresa lewis is as evil a person i've ever met. >> reporter: grimes said
a letter exxon rating lewis. i knew she was someone who could be easily manipulated. killing julian and charles lewis was entirely my idea. i needed money and teresa was an easy target. i read your report there and i couldn't believe what i was reading, if this was all true and accurate. what is the latest and the possibility of the judge stepping in this case? >> it wouldn't be a judge stepping in. it would be governor mcdonald of virginia. he said that no later than a week before she's scheduled to be killed, which is september 23rd, he will decide whether he's going to be granting her clemency but we're not sure what his decision is going to be on that. >> back to teresa and her mental capacity, she was tested and tell me a little bit more about what those tests revealed about her mental disability. >> she took two iq tests. one she scored a 73 and the other a 70. 70 and below is considered legally mentally disabled. she was ruled borderline functioning, the stage above intellectually disabled and therefore she can still be legally sentenced to death although it's very controvers
the brain and not the belly. here to talk about it is dr. julian bails. what have we discovered? explain what this is, doctor. >> this is inserting electrodes deep in the brain in the part that controls our appetite. our neuro surgeons have spearheaded this fda approved study to see if this possibly would have some benefit for patients with morbid obesity. the most severe forms. the one where their life expectancy will be affected. >> larry: how does it work? >> electrodes are placed on both sides of the brain. one into the part that makes you feel full and the other part is the appetite center where your drive to eat is. a pacemaker generator is inserted under the skin and we change settings and try to see if we can affect the appetite drive these patients have. >> larry: what have you learn sod falearned so far? >> the procedure can be done safely. we don't think we're having side effects and we can affect the urge to eat and decrease the urge. we're looking at it being well tolerated. the jury is still out. we don't have all of the results yet. we're working to refine the settings to
or julian peterson. >>> when the raiders take the field on sunday it will be as bruce bradkowski as quarterback. he switched own against the rams. the result was three scoring drives. oakland's first touchdown of the year. and a 16-14 win. >> i think the thing that stood out to me, so you get where i'm coming from, is the same people, same day, same defense, same opponent, same people in the huddle with you. didn't change the plan. and yet we were able to go out and move the ball and score some points. so it will go in there and do the job. it's his now. you know, where we go from here, obviously will be decided on how well he plays. >> at least two other teams changing quarterbacks as well. buffalo and pittsburgh. lots more baseball to be played. three with the rockies, and three with the padres so nothing is decided yet. >> so still anybody's to lose or to win, right? >> absolutely. >> this is going to be a fun next couple of weeks here. >> i think so. >> thank you. >> and that is our report for this wednesday night. i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. our coverage c
on a beat call. hopefully his guarantee turns out better than the one by jonathan sanchez or julian peterson. >>> when the raiders take the field on sunday it will be as bruce bradkowski as quarterback. he switched own against the rams. the result was three scoring drives. oakland's first touchdown of the year. and a 16-14 win. >> i think the thing that stood out to me, so you get where i'm coming from, is the same people, same day, same defense, same opponent, same people in the huddle with you. didn't change the plan. and yet we were able to go out and move the ball and score some points. so it will go in there and do the job. it's his now. you know, where we go from here, obviously will be decided on how well he plays. >> at least two other teams changing quarterbacks as well. buffalo and pittsburgh. lots more baseball to be played. three with the rockies, and three with the padres so nothing is decided yet. >> so still anybody's to lose or to win, right? >> absolutely. >> this is going to be a fun next couple of weeks here. >> i think so. >> thank you. >> and that is our report for this
at the whistleblowing website wikileaks have recently resigned in a dispute with the organization's founder julian assange. the website international headlines in july when it released a huge trove of secret u.s. military documents about the war in afghanistan. wikileaks has reportedly plan to release its next batch of secret documents on october 18, this time the documents will focus on the iraq war. over 100 people were arrested outside the white house monday in a protest calling for the abolition of mountaintop removal coal mining. more later in the broadcast. in arizona, a protester was tackled by a member of senator john mccain's security team after she attempted to approached the senator following a debate on sunday night. the woman was wearing a t-shirt that read "do i look undocumented." >> john mccain, this is how the activists get treated. the warmonger john mccain gets to walk out. >> this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we begin today with the american hiker sarah shourd who was recently freed from iranian prison after more than a year'
allegations against wikileaks founder julian assange. prosecutors of different ranks have overruled each other. last month prosecutors opened and then dropped an initial rape investigation and then continued to look into sexual molestation charges. assange denies all the allegations suggesting they are a smear campaign against his whistle-blower website. >>> don't give the miners false hope. that's what a nasa doctor who arrived in chile is advising the rescue team there. a team of nasa experts are in chile to consult on the management and rescue of 33 trapped miners. that team is due to travel to the mine site today. telemundo angie sandoval joins us from chile and i understand we have new pictures from that collapsed mine where we're seeing the miners, once again. >> that is right, chris. good morning. today is a very busy day here at the mine and, as you said, yes, we just saw incredible video of this miners. the video, the images are just amazing. we see the men in total darkness making their way through the mine and much better looking. clean shaven with clean clothes and also sending reg
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to get over to the press platform right now to find out what else is going on. >> julian, so you're out of the building. did you hear any gunshots when this was all starting to take place or happening? >> no, i did not. i know that some people said there may have been a gunshot fired at the very beginning, but we never heard any. nobody in my building. >> what is the security like when you enter that building? >> what is it like when we enter the building? there's usually a receptionist and a security guard at the front lobby. i imagine there's cameras everywhere. >> right now you're out of the building. how many with you who were escorted with you out of the building? >> there are about 1,500 empl employees in the two buildings that are connected to each other. and so i would say a good portion of those people were with me when we got evacuated. >> what else, if anything, did police tell you, and the others, was happening there? >> that's all we know really. the police -- i was just walking over to the press platform right now to find the public information officer because the police w
the building at the time. julian, you can hear me? are you there. >> yes, i'm here. you can hear me? >> yes. and you saw this thing go down. what happened and where were you and what did you see? >> well i came down this -- the elevator about five minutes i think after it probably started to go down. got down, was just about to walk into the lobby and head out the door to go to lunch when i saw people coming toward me with very concerned looks on their faces and they said there's an incident going on in the lobby so you need to get up here fast. and in this day of age we're so used to get places and i just ran up the elevator again and from the window, i could see the police were coming out with guns and lined up everywhere. now we were asked within a few minutes of that to go and hide in some closed offices with doors and lock the doors. some of us were hiding under desks. it was pretty alarming. >> alarming to say the least. did you have any idea -- when did you begin to have an idea that there was a hostage in the building or it would be evacuated? >> i first heard it and i thought there
facing rape charges once again. julian assange, a case against him for rape and molestation in sweden opened last month. the rape charge was dropped but now the rape charge has now been opened up once again. prosecutors saying the crime has been committed. they have evidence that the crime has been committed, but, meanwhile, julian assange's attorney says they are very surprised at that decision. >>> veterans of the iraq and afghanistan war face another battle when they get home -- finding a job. we're taking a look at the unemployment rate among veterans. >>> we're funding a post- 9/11 g.i. bill that helps our veterans and their families pursue the dream of a college education. just as the g.i. bill helped those who fought world war ii, including my grandfather, become the backbone of the middle class, so must today's men and women have the chance to apply their gifts to expand the american economy because part of ending a war responsibly is standing by those who fought it. >> veterans face a hostile job market when they come back stateside. tony harris is looking at the those number
on terrorism. congratulations to joy and julian wilson on the birth friday, september 24, 2010, of julian dusenberry wilson jr. in columbia, south carolina. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. >> last week this chamber past another measure to move the american small business forward, the backbone of this country. mr. baca: the small business jobs act provided $12 billion in tax cuts for the american small businesses and created $30 billion in lending funds to increase available capital and spur small business lending right here in america and not overseas. this bill was one of many congressional democrats worked on to provide a relief for hardworking americans. that is why we passed the recovery act which boost s.b.a. funding to authorize loans. that is why president obama has always signed into law, i state, eight separate small business tax cuts, eight separate small business tax cuts. the republ
're going to be spending some time there. my producer i'm going to be working with on the road julian cummings spent some time in ohio yesterday and see if some of the issues they have on their mind are familiar to you. >> too busy raising money for themselves than worrying about what's going on in the rest of the country. >> there aren't many jobs coming in, and the ones that are here are minimum wage. >> i don't care for what party they are, republican, democrat, independent, it's just the person that can help the average man. >> get rid of the bug, just people that run for office and do their job. >> i'm disappointed in many of our democratic candidates, they have not worked harder for the middle class, they've made concessions for the wealth ye americans, and we're really hurting here in middle america. >> oh that looks good. that was actually at the rib festival, found a lot of folks to talk to in ohio where that was taking place, all week long, starting tomorrow morning hitting the road kicking off cnn's midterm election coverage. >>> aaa says labor day may be good for the econo
, julian assange, fighting back against calls to step down and one group calling themselves the wikileaks insiders, say that he is a distraction, overshadowing the organization's mission and he says the criticism is part of a wider conspiracy to discredit him and the web site attracted a lot of attention a few weeks back, after it released thousands and thousands of classified u.s. military records from the wars in afghanistan and iraq. martha: we know this, there has been a lot of focus on ohio, these days. and, they have a 10% unemployment rate there, bearing down on the folks of ohio and the senate race between democrat lee fisher, and republican rob portman could indeed boil down to who voters are blaming. for those problems, these days, and the bush administration, or the obama administration, and that is because portman, served as bush's budget director. our chief political correspondent, carl cameron is live in ohio, hey, carl, what is the latest. >> reporter: this is the seat george voinovich, the out going republican senator is giving up and leaving open, and, is a real battle an
of my life. >> and julian moore. >> they were so kind and treated me as a professional and grown-up when i wasn't either. >> like many soaps, narratives were full of scandal and zks walt. >> oh, that feels nice. >> and, at times "the world turns" was ground breaking. >> does this match? >> the show introduced daytime's first gay character in 1988. >> what's wrong? >> despite critical success, winning four daytime emmy awards for best drama, ratings and production budgets declined. >> all about the bottom line, you know. i understand that. we are a victim of the times. >> between takes for the final episode, number 13,858, cast and crew took time for long good-byes. >> love you, baby. >> and reflected on the show's remarkably long journey through television history. >> good night. >> hopefully, we'll all, somewhere, meet each other again and work again. and i wish you all the best. >> a lot of tears around the building as that show is good-nighted today. so interesting, when it went on the air, it was the first half hour daytime drama. all the daytime dramas up until then were 15 minutes.
to take credit for the idea that started under george bush? today on our panel, we've got julian, professor of history and public affairs at princeton university, author of the book "jimmy carter." sheryl, actress and creator of divas simply dancing. >> singing. >> peter: thank you very much. and there is probably dancing as well. and gracie rosenberger, singer and author of the book "gracie, standing with hope." good morning to all of you. >> good morning. >> peter: professor, let's start with you. taking the bush era tax cut and rebranding them, is that a good idea? >> they get credit for it? >> i think it is a good idea. politicians in both parties do that all the time. at this point, selling a tax cut to the middle class is very appealing and i think they're on target to do that. >> peter: but i mean, on both sides of the political spectrum, we already know, gracie, that both parties are for the middle class part. it's just the democrats are against the tax cut for the most successful americans. >> that's right. and i don't understand why we have to put the bush tax cut with
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